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    British Business Secretary hold talks with Indian officials and TATA group

    New Delhi: UK Business Secretary Sajid Javid held talks with Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to discuss ways to strengthen trade and economic ties between the two countries in the aftermath of Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU).

  • Dating… is now child’s play

    Even before approaching teenage, the kids are already into the world of dating. Roshani Shinde takes a trip into that world to know the gravity of the situation.

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    Amit Shah terms BSP-SP ‘Rahu-Ketu’ of Uttar Pradesh

    Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national President Amit Shah on Saturday termed the ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) as ‘Rahu-Ketu’ — two detrimental planets according to Hindu mythology. He also urged party supporters to work to establish a BJP government in the 2017 assembly elections in the state.

  • Eclectically vintage

    A walk through the historical memory lane and you witness something subtle yet classy and exquisite when we talk about enigmatic designs. Talk about the Victorian era or the glorious period of the Mughal dynasty to the Britishers, what commonly links these three eras are their perceptions about designing. Each had its unique taste which they gifted to their descendants for them to make these designs more popular. A short visit to

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    FERA case: Mallya’s ‘personal appearance’ exemption lifted

    New Delhi: In a major setback for Vijay Mallya, who has been declared a proclaimed offender in a money laundering case, the Patiala House Court on Saturday lifted the exemption granted to him from personal appearance in a case of evading summons in a Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA) issue.

  • Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma

    Seeing through ‘Ooltah Chashmah’ for 8 years

    At the stroke of 8.30 pm every house quivers with mirth. He became a popular household name with his innate élan for acting and comic timings. Registered in Limca Book of Records for the longest running comedy show, Sab TV’s popular Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Dilip Joshi talks to Dhrithi Gulvadi about his success, the show and more…

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    Fake PCB twitter handle describes Burhan Wani as a martyr

    New Delhi: Following the hysteria over the killing of self-styled Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir, there was considerable confusion and buzz on social media about the slain militant. For instance, a fake Twitter handle going by the name of PCB official which has the same number of followers as that of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) termed Wani a martyr.

  • Fawad and Mahira-Khan

    I was told Fawad & I had zero chemistry: Mahira Khan 

    Mahira and Fawad’s chemistry isn’t new for any television fan. Their blockbuster show, Humsafar has made Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan household names, with viewers in India falling head over heels for the romance between Ashar and Khirad. However, a little known fact, as revealed by Mahira Khan, the lead actress of the show, is that the director of the show Sarmad Khoosat was not convinced about the casting of the lead

  • Aamir Khan

    Tweaking the terms 

    The Khans have soaked all the love you gave them, now they want your respect. Shubarna Mukherji Shu traces the journey of Aamir Khan and the metamorphosis behind his newness.

  • Zakir Naik Peace TV

    Zakir Naik’s Peace TV has no permission to downlink: Ministry

    New Delhi: The central government on Saturday said Islamic preacher Zakir Naik’s Peace TV channel is not permitted by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to downlink and warned the cable operators that action will be taken for transmitting the channel. In view of reports that the channel’s content aimed at inciting communal violence, the ministry issued a notification directing officials to take action against those transmitting the channel.

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    Irrfan Khan wants to sing in films

    Actor Irrfan Khan, who is awaiting the release of his forthcoming film “Madaari”, says he wants to go behind the mic for a film in “the coming years”, reports IANS.

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    6 killed in Maoists-police crossfire, Odisha orders probe

    Phulbani (Odisha): Six persons, including two women and a child were killed and five others injured in cross fire during an anti-Maoist operation in Odisha’s Kandhamal district prompting the state government to order a judicial probe into the incident. Police said the six were caught in an exchange of fire between security personnel and Maoists while they were travelling in an auto-rickshaw at Gumutmaha village in a dense forest area near Kuttamgarh under

  • Magdeburg

    Magdeburg: Of old world charm

    This medieval city has its charms even though it takes a little bit of time for the city to give up its reticence and grow on you, writes Anita Rao-Kashi. 

  • Weekly Prediction for 10 to 16 July 2016

    Aries:- The beginning of this week may bring some worries in your life.  It might be from both end domestic and work.  Increase in fame for film and music sector people are likely.  Those in agriculture sector need to take care of corps due any sort of mismanagement by workers you may face the losses in coming future.  Competition in retail and marketing sector will be increasing so you need to sacrifice

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    Kerala police begins probe into state youths link to Islamic State   

    Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala government today ordered a probe into reports that at least 17 youths, including three women, from the state who travelled to the Middle East and reportedly went missing, may have joined the Islamic State (IS), with Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan saying it is a “very serious issue”. The disappearance of the youths, some of whom are medicos and engineering graduates, came to the fore after their relatives brought the matter before

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    Safeguard: Firewall the mind

    Ravi Valluri says that we need to protect our minds by creating a firewall to ward off antipathetic thoughts, by constructing an effective aura.